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The Wig Fix™ is about to take the wig world by storm

August 07, 2020

A brand new wig invention, The Wig Fix™ , founded by 25 year old female entrepreneur Aasiyah Abdulsalam, is about to take the wig world by storm.

According to a recent report, the global hair wigs and extension market is poised to grow enormously over the next few years  with this projected growth attributed to different factors, but with over 8 million women in the UK experiencing hair loss, linked to alopecia, cancer treatment and the ill effects of hair extensions, coupled with the fact that wigs have become the fashion accessory of choice for the world’s biggest celebrities, beauty influencers and social media creators, it’s not completely surprising.   

Created to combat stress and damage on the hairline caused by wig wearing, and born out of the frustration that nothing else on the market existed, The Wig Fix™ is a specially engineered, silicone headband that secures your wig while protecting your scalp and promoting natural hair growth underneath. It is a universal size, works with all full wigs, lasts for years and can be worn on heads with or without bio hair.

The Wig Fix™ works on all full glue-less wigs, including full-lace and wefted, and is X-Ray transparent to suit all skin tones. However, it can also be easily tinted to preference.  When worn, it is completely hidden by the wig, and its 100% hypoallergenic silicone is water repellent and heat dissipating, so sweat and moisture will not affect its gripping qualities.   

The Wig Fix™ is now available for salon groups and professional stylists to purchase directly at wholesale prices from www.therenatural.com.  There are stockist and affiliate partnership opportunities available to professionals, both of which offer fantastic benefits to participants.

Aasiyah Abdulsalam says “I wanted to create something for women like me and women in my community. I wanted to give them the freedom to embrace the versatility of wigs safely and comfortably, and to create a safe space for black women to choose what they want to do with their hair, without stigma or judgement.”